Here is a list of CSS ready web safe typefaces, commonly called fonts; something every web developer/designer should have handy.
Here is a nifty little one line of code I wrote that shows how to slice a dictionary in Python.
Keeping with my recent code optimizations, I did a little brushing up on PEP 8 - Python's Style Guide. Here's a short list of some things I need to pay more attention to.
When working with Python, a long series of boolean if/elif statements can be replaced by creative use of Pythons native object oriented behavior to save a great deal of overhead. In PHP we have the switch statement to replace a long series of if/elseif statements, but in python functions are objects so we can put them into a dictionary.
I wrote this brief about the validity of "Redistribution of Wealth" while arguing with a complete stranger. Wealth is a buffer, a stabilizer, that affords greater wealth. 100% access to little things, like electricity, housing, food, clothing, and medicine, is what allows rich people the time to make investments in themselves, and thus become richer.
I found this How not to write Python code article on Ikke's blog. I should start paying better attention to this kind of stuff.
Times are tough, and we're only human. I believe in the power of humanity working together, in harmony.
I want to translate thought into action. I want to think fluid, like language, and command clearly and efficiently; not chopped, not broken, not fragmented.